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5 Reasons to Celebrate Manufacturing Day With Arbill

Julie Copeland

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Manufacturing Day is a celebration of modern manufacturing. It gives manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and take charge of the public image of manufacturing to ensure the ongoing prosperity of the industry. This year, Arbill is celebrating Manufacturing Day, and we will be hosting a free event on Friday, October 7th at our headquarters in Philadelphia.

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Here are the top 5 reasons you should come celebrate Manufacturing Day with us!

  1. Preview New Safety Products From the Nation’s Leading Suppliers

At Arbill we specialize in safety, and partner with the leading suppliers from around the country to provide the highest quality safety equipment. During our supplier trade show we will be featuring new products from ten of the nation’s leading suppliers including; Dupont, Honeywell, Ansell, 3M, Lakeland Industries, MSA, MCR, NSA, West Chester Holdings and Occunomix. Attendees will preview innovative new products, and have the chance to win selected items.

  1. Get Insights on Trends in the Safety Industry and New OSHA Regulations

Keeping your employees safe is a challenge and requires the correct safety equipment and training. Arbill’s own Director of Product Support, Marcelo Rodriguez, will review the latest safety trends and explain how you can create a culture of safety in your organization that will ensure your employees go home safe every day.

Maintaining compliance and staying up to date with changing OSHA regulations is a difficult process for many organizations. Amanda Wood, Director of Employment Policy at the National Association of Manufacturers will provide an overview and insights into what you as a manufacturing company need to know to stay up to date.

  1. Hear Strategies to Minimize Your Exposure to Workers’ Comp Claims

An employee experiences an injury or illness and all fingers point to your company as the responsible party. How can you minimize exposure when a claim is filed? Leading workers comp attorney Matthew Wynn will provide strategies you can use to limit the damage and minimize your exposure. Matthew Wynn has been representing employers, insurers and third party administrators throughout Pennsylvania for nearly 25 years. He has served as co-chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association and has published several articles in The Philadelphia Legal Intelligencer on workers’ compensation topics from the employer’s perspective.

  1. Be the first to see Arbill’s New Proprietary Software

What if you could anticipate, and then prevent workplace injuries? Imagine if you knew in advance if an incident were going to occur and more importantly which employee was most at risk for sustaining a workplace injury. Arbill’s new software takes the guess work out of what might happen and accurately predicts what will happen, giving you the power to be proactive before an incident or injury occurs.

  1. Free Gourmet Lunch, Product Samples and Door Prizes

Manufacturing Day is a celebration of the industry and its employees. We want you to enjoy spending the day with us and other manufacturers from around the region. Join us for, valuable information along with a free gourmet lunch, product samples, door prizes and more.

Register today and join us on October 7th, 2016 at Arbill headquarters for what promises to be a great event.

If you have any questions about the event, feel free to contact John Sitarski at 215-501-8237 or jsitarski@arbill.com.

And as always, have a safe day!

Topics: Arbill, manufacturing day, Arbill event, safety culture, safety

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